Our task was to create an interior design for a 17-room mini-hotel. The building was constructed in 1900, which imposed serious architectural constraints. The walls are masonry, and the ceiling is 19th-century wood. The building has no hot water supply, so 1.5-tonne boilers had to be installed and hidden.
We pushed back on the natural stone to fill small rooms with freshness and air. An active wall featuring a slice of stone is an accent point of attraction and builds the whole room around itself.
The designers left the brickwork exposed. In combination with the wooden ceiling, this made the interior interesting.
The wall decor was handmade, and some of the readymade interior elements were repainted in the desired colour.
The owner of the hotel.
- An extravagant design that will be memorable for visitors;
- compliance with the mandatory requirements for the hotel rooms;
- budget €5 000 per room, including rough and finish work, electrics, bathroom fixtures and fittings, doors, furniture, and decorations.
Sources of inspiration
Architecture and history of the building.
Loft-style interior with eclectic elements. The ceiling is wood. The walls are bare brick without cladding, the active wall is decorated with wallpaper. The colour of furniture and decoration objects corresponds to the palette of the active wall: gold, yellow and turquoise. The floor is finished in porcelain stoneware. The bathroom walls are faced with white ceramic tiles.
Some furniture items are custom-made.
Drapes, bedspreads, and decorative cushions are used.
Mirrors, sculptures, vases, and homemade objects.
Arte Lamp, Ateliertati, Cersanit, Delfi, Loen, Global View, Hotex, INMYROOM, Jacob Delafon, Raiber Iceberg, Sal Sapiente, Leroy Merlin, Zara Home.
Pendant lights, track lights, floor lamps, and table lamps.
Air conditioning, ventilation, heating system, underfloor heating, autonomous water heating system, fire alarm system.